Borough News Honored By National Association of Government CommunicatorsJune 10th, 2021
The National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) honored the Borough News magazine with a coveted Blue Pencil and Gold Screen award during a virtual ceremony held May 26.
The Blue Pencil and Gold Screen awards recognize excellence in government communication at all levels of government across the nation. The Blue Pencil and Gold Screen awards program has 35 categories in which communicators can submit work, reflecting the breadth of tactics employed by government communicators to deliver information to the public. More than 50 local, county, state, tribal and federal agencies were recognized for excellence in government communications this year.
Established in 1976, the NAGC is the only not-for-profit association dedicated to advocating, promoting, and recognizing excellence in government communication. NAGC provides world-class communication training to its members and non-member government communicators through its annual Communications School and monthly professional development opportunities.
For more information on NAGC, visit nagc.com.